Hong Kong Travel: Second Time’s the Charm When I was 3 years old, I remember my Sugar Big Brother (Tong Dai Gor – 糖大哥 ) would take my older brother and me to the Cantonese movie theaters in Hong Kong to watch KungFu movies. During that time, Hong Kong was hip with Martial Arts Films and
Shanghai on a Budget: A Travel Guide China is big, and that is no secret. However, if you have some time to spare, definitely take a vacation in a favorite city or province, if you have one. The Diostar Dumplings team fell head over heels in love with Shanghai. A simple post and a collection
Hey, Diostar Dumplings fans! Today, I am going to share with you my Chinese Garlic Shrimp and Broccoli recipe, which I learned from my dad. (He would prepare this dish just for us, every time we came over for dinner.) The Shrimp and Broccoli I make is a Cantonese dish but is far from the
Taipei, Taiwan: Tips & Travel Guide Taipei, our home away from home. The capital of Taiwan, it is the 40th most populous metropolitan area in the world. A rapidly advancing economic center, Taipei remains grounded in faith, community, and a sense of social harmony. The atmosphere in Taipei feels like that of a scaled-down, less
Things to Do in Boston, Massachusetts Do a Boston Vacation Like a Boss! It’s a three-day weekend, and you want to pack in plenty of adventure without breaking the bank. How about Boston, baby? This is the third time for the Diostar Dumplings team, and we still can’t get over how awesome the city is!
Back by popular demand, we are here in Jenn’s Kitchen for another delicious recipe. Today, Jenn shares her version of the Chicken Marsala. Chicken Marsala is a popular dish throughout Italy, Marsala being a fortified Sicilian wine and a crucial ingredient to the dish. Jenn’s Chicken Marsala recipe was inspired by her frequent trips around Italy,
Bangkok, Thailand: Tips & Travel Guide Bangkok Irresistible “The City of Angels”, capital of ‘The Land of Smiles”; renowned for its bustling nightlife, scrumptious street food, tourist traps, and scammers. Coming to Bangkok, we didn’t know what to expect. We wanted to taste real Thai dishes, learn the culture and language, and do the occasional tourist
The lovely people at The Little Lion, a restaurant in Philadelphia’s Olde City neighborhood, invited us to try their debut breakfast menu which officially takes off on April 17, 2017. I got my coffee, after all… If you have ever been to the Little Lion, you know it has the best chicken. The place offers
Today, we are meeting up with Jennifer Wynman from Jenn’s Kitchen for a special lunch meeting at DuBu, an authentic Korean restaurant that specializes in tofu, hence the name Dubu which stands for tofu in Korean. Opened roughly just two years ago in Elkins Park, a mini Korean Township located in Philadelphia also by the
New friends, new tastes, and new recipes are just around the corner! On January 21st, Diostardumplings teamed up with Jennifer Wynman at Jenn’s Kitchen to shoot our first recipe video. Jenn’s Kitchen revolves around homestyle cooking, mixing Korean food and Italian flavors. Sipping on smooth, family sweet soju, we got to work as Jenn’s lovely assistants.